Celebrate the day’s successes with a toast at the Terrace Bar. Located on the third floor, the rooftop bar features a modern monochrome colour scheme that extends from the smooth stone floors to the furnishings and allows the vibrant city skyline and street views of the Paris end of Little Collins Street to take centre stage. Wrought iron tables topped with umbrellas and surrounded by sofas and chairs set up a variety of viewpoints while lush greenery and two fireplaces—one near the bar and one in the back area—add to the welcoming ambiance.
Chat with friends new and old as you select from the extensive beverage menu, which features signature cocktails, such as the Little Collins, Cosmopolitan Initialled, and mojito. These refreshing drinks pair perfectly with Chef Achim Herterich’s epicurean selection of bar snacks and appetisers.
Gather in the charming Little Collins St Kitchen for a memorable meal. Boasting a bistro-style vibe, it features a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, which overlook Little Collins Street and wash the room in natural light. White walls and tiles, earth tones, and wood detailing amplify the sunshine and impart a clean, modern ambiance that extends to the table and booth seating.
Reflecting the same fusion of contemporary and classic influences, the menu includes a range of updated French favourites prepared with locally sourced, seasonal produce. These tempting offerings include signature dishes, such as Farmhouse Terrine and Free Range Gippsland Duo of Confit Lamb.
The restaurant offers its signature seafood buffet from Wednesday to Saturday for dinner and during Sunday brunch. French-inspired home-cooked meals include a market-fresh seafood buffet featuring oysters and desserts—popular with locals and guests alike. Alongside a wonderful display of market fresh seafood, guests enjoy a variety of main courses and desserts.
During the beautiful tradition of afternoon tea, sweet and savoury treats are served on an elegant three-tier stand and accompanied by delectable teas and champagne.
East offers Melbourne’s most innovative interpretation of traditional Chinese flavours with a sharing-style tapas menu. Meals are complemented by offerings from the contemporary wine bar, including an extensive cocktail list.
An ideal spot for a quick indulgence, The Crux & Co Patisserie serves signature cakes and pastries, including macarons, verrines, petit gateau, and the crogle, a croissant-bagel hybrid.